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    Quote Originally Posted by WizardofOz1982 View Post
    Bryce Harper big leagued it in Junior College. I'm fine with it. 18 year olds are all immature.
    Delvin Perez isn't and will never be Bryce Harper, big leaguing or no big leaguing. Harper got away with stuff like that because his talent never wavered. Perez is big leaguing it, playing like crap and mouthing off to coaches. That won't score you any brownie points anytime soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone17 View Post
    Delvin Perez isn't and will never be Bryce Harper, big leaguing or no big leaguing. Harper got away with stuff like that because his talent never wavered. Perez is big leaguing it, playing like crap and mouthing off to coaches. That won't score you any brownie points anytime soon.
    No he won't, but if you're going to severely ding an 18 year old for being immature then you're going to knock a lot of people down rankings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    St. Louis Cardinals Top 10 Prospects

    1. Alex Reyes, RHP
    2. Jack Flaherty, RHP
    3. Carson Kelly, C
    4. Sandy Alcantara, RHP
    5. Tyler O'Neill, OF
    6. Jordan Hicks, RHP
    7. Magneuris Sierra, OF
    8. Harrison Bader, OF
    9. Dakota Hudson, RHP
    10. Ryan Helsley, RHP

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...qq0DJxb2ItK.97

    (Well, get outta town! Another top 10 list missing Delvin Perez. Obviously it's one big conspiracy.)
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    Milwaukee Brewers Top 10 Prospects

    1. Lewis Brinson, OF
    2. Brandon Woodruff, RHP
    3. Corbin Burnes, RHP
    4. Keston Hiura, 2B
    5. Monte Harrison, OF
    6. Luis Ortiz, RHP
    7. Brett Phillips, OF
    8. Lucas Erceg, 3B
    9. Isan Diaz, 2B/SS
    10. Corey Ray, OF

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone17 View Post
    Delvin Perez isn't and will never be Bryce Harper, big leaguing or no big leaguing. Harper got away with stuff like that because his talent never wavered. Perez is big leaguing it, playing like crap and mouthing off to coaches. That won't score you any brownie points anytime soon.
    You seem to shift from one thing to another when you try to explain one player versus another.

    18 year olds do immature things...if you're going to use slash lines to keep Perez off your list that's cool. It would be nice if you didn't constantly shift to eyeballs and terms like "big league" to defend a position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    Milwaukee Brewers Top 10 Prospects

    1. Lewis Brinson, OF
    2. Brandon Woodruff, RHP
    3. Corbin Burnes, RHP
    4. Keston Hiura, 2B
    5. Monte Harrison, OF
    6. Luis Ortiz, RHP
    7. Brett Phillips, OF
    8. Lucas Erceg, 3B
    9. Isan Diaz, 2B/SS
    10. Corey Ray, OF

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...VEPSG19UFPh.97
    Strong system. Youngish team in the majors and a strong system.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyfan0417 View Post
    Strong system. Youngish team in the majors and a strong system.
    A bit surprised Lutz didn't make the list. I'm assuming Hader wasn't ranked due to service time, as he has less than 50 IP.

    Their faith in Ortiz seems a bit misplaced at this point. For one, his physique needs a lot of work. And his projection has faded, IMO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    Milwaukee Brewers Top 10 Prospects

    1. Lewis Brinson, OF
    2. Brandon Woodruff, RHP
    3. Corbin Burnes, RHP
    4. Keston Hiura, 2B
    5. Monte Harrison, OF
    6. Luis Ortiz, RHP
    7. Brett Phillips, OF
    8. Lucas Erceg, 3B
    9. Isan Diaz, 2B/SS
    10. Corey Ray, OF

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...VEPSG19UFPh.97
    Ditto on Ortiz, J.P. He simply isn't the same pitcher since being traded. Granted he has two plus pitches, but his makeup is a concern. He's missed time with a lot of injuries and reports are he will be a reliever going forward. I'm also not that high on Woodruff. Opponents made way too much contact off of him for my liking. I'm also shocked at Lutz's omission. Erceg, Diaz and Ray had middle of the road seasons and I cannot believe Freddy Peralta isn't on this list. He had a better K per 9 ratio in Biloxi, opponents made poor contact against him and limited the damage. Yes, he walks a ton, but I have faith he will turn it around with an above average changeup. You don't punch out 169 hitters in 120.0 innings for nothing. Imagine if he harnesses control.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbone17 View Post
    Ditto on Ortiz, J.P. He simply isn't the same pitcher since being traded. Granted he has two plus pitches, but his makeup is a concern. He's missed time with a lot of injuries and reports are he will be a reliever going forward. I'm also not that high on Woodruff. Opponents made way too much contact off of him for my liking. I'm also shocked at Lutz's omission. Erceg, Diaz and Ray had middle of the road seasons and I cannot believe Freddy Peralta isn't on this list. He had a better K per 9 ratio in Biloxi, opponents made poor contact against him and limited the damage. Yes, he walks a ton, but I have faith he will turn it around with an above average changeup. You don't punch out 169 hitters in 120.0 innings for nothing. Imagine if he harnesses control.
    I would be curious on Peralta as well. It is likely a combination of his size, control and velocity of his fast ball, and opinions that he ends up in the pen.
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    You can take Daniel Flores off your Red Sox prospects lists. Died at age 17 from cancer. RIP.

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    That’s more awful news in the baseball world.
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    Cincinnati Reds Top 10 Prospects

    1. Nick Senzel, 3B
    2. Hunter Greene, RHP
    3. Taylor Trammell, OF
    4. Tyler Mahle, RHP
    5. Jesse Winker, OF
    6. Tony Santillan, RHP
    7. Jose Siri, OF
    8. Shed Long, 2B
    9. Vladimir Gutierrez, RHP
    10. Tyler Stephenson, C

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    Chicago Cubs Top 10 Prospects

    1. Aramis Ademan, SS
    2. Adbert Alzolay, rhp
    3. Jose Albertos, rhp
    4. Victor Caratini, c
    5. Alex Lange, RHP
    6. Oscar De La Cruz, RHP
    7. Brendon Little, LHP
    8. Thomas Hatch, RHP
    9. Jen-Ho Tseng, RHP
    10. Nelson Velazquez, OF

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...-10-prospects/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaypers View Post
    Chicago Cubs Top 10 Prospects

    1. Aramis Ademan, SS
    2. Adbert Alzolay, rhp
    3. Jose Albertos, rhp
    4. Victor Caratini, c
    5. Alex Lange, RHP
    6. Oscar De La Cruz, RHP
    7. Brendon Little, LHP
    8. Thomas Hatch, RHP
    9. Jen-Ho Tseng, RHP
    10. Nelson Velazquez, OF

    http://www.baseballamerica.com/minor...-10-prospects/
    Holy smokes regarding Ademan. The kid certainly has surprising pop in that bat, but I definitely didn't expect him to claim the top spot over two pitchers with high ceilings.
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    Pittsburgh Pirates Top 10 Prospects

    1. Mitch Keller, RHP
    2. Austin Meadows, OF
    3. Shane Baz, RHP
    4. Ke'Bryan Hayes, 3B
    5. Kevin Newman, SS
    6. Cole Tucker, SS
    7. Luis Escobar, RHP
    8. Nick Kingham, RHP
    9. Taylor Hearn, LHP
    10. LoLo Sanchez, OF

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